One of the most important things you can do for your company is to Weed Your Client Garden from time to time.
Just like a real garden, you need to trim your client base from time to time. This seems very counter-intuitive to many people. But you have to get rid of clients who cannot grow with your company, as well as those who are difficult to work with, unprofitable, or don’t fit your culture.
In this three-part mini class, we’ll look at several scenarios for growing your business by “weeding” out some of your clients. This weeding is not random. It’s not brutal. And you absolutely will not lose money. Some people hear my advice on this strategy and think I’m getting rid of clients you “need” to survive.
Just the opposite is true. I’ll show you how to find those clients who are costing you money, wasting your time, and holding you back. We’ll walk through the math of cutting out clients as well as various strategies for growth.
Weeding your client garden is ALL ABOUT growing your business and making more money.
Schedule: Three Thursdays
May 9, 16, and 23
at 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern
Classes are 30-60 minutes, plus Q&A. All classes are recorded.
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